From its Futura counterpart to its boastful roster of in-line colorways, the Nike Air Max 90 has continued to enjoy a plethora of offerings. After appearing in droves this past Summer, the latest Tinker Hatfield-designed Air Max cushioned silhouette is harkening the lace toggle for the first time in a few years.
A neutral combination of light grey and cream is employed throughout the model, with the uppers smooth leather overlays taking hold of the platinum hue while a faded taupe fills the suede construction of the vamp and collar. The greyscale spectrum follows suit along the inner lining before touching down on the plastic lace toggle and aglets affixed to thin white laces. Additional egg shell accents appear along the horizontally ridged quarter overlay and heel counters “NIKE AIR” branding while the midfoots logo renders a grey-on-grey aesthetic with dark teal pull tabs flaunting across the rear. A sleek jet black Swoosh interjects amongst the simple sampling of the color palette with its embroidered miniaturized peer gracing the mudguard before the beige and smoke grey tread underfoot concludes with a clad tan midsole.
For a closer look at the affixed lace toggle of the Nike Air Max 90, enjoy official images of the pair below while we anticipate further release details within the coming weeks.
In other news under The Swooshes umbrella, the Nike Dunk Low “Aragon” is returning for the first time in 20 years on September 23rd.